This a spacious 170 square-foot stateroom with a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini bar and a fully-loaded entertainment center along with Constellation's many added amenities.
The stateroom was very clean although the bathroom very small but that is what you expect onboard a ship. I felt that the veranada balcony screens could of been cleaned a bit better as well as the mirrors in the room and the floor tiles in the bathroom. Other than that the state of the room was good and housekeeping did a great job! Read entire member review >>
Room had no couch due to the connection to another room. This eliminates a lot of sitting space, which means you have to sit on the bed. Makes the room feel incomplete. The bathroom had mildew in the lighting which was probably from continuous lack of cleaning (difficult to access). Storage space was good and the suitcases fit well under the bed. Walls and floor could use touching up where paint peeled or scratches occurred. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: 8159Found the cabin to be clean with nice balcony chairs and small table. Wish the bathroom had a exhaust fan and power outlet for my electric tooth brush. I’m glad I brought my own Memory Pillow because I found the pillows to be small and not that comfortable but the bed was. I didn’t like that you didn’t have privacy on your balcony because of the over hang of the Buffet seating area above.Did like that you didn’t need a card to keep the power and lights on in the room.Every once in awhile if you where laying in the bed during the day your would hear loud banging noise that would shake the bed but didn’t hear it at night when sleeping. Would have liked a Do Not Disturb sign. We did see people smoking in their balconies and would get the smoke in our area.Cabin Stewart “Orland” was great no complains there. Read entire member review >>
Excellent choice. We normally choose a balcony stateroom or concierge class, but they were not available for this cruise. Doing some research, I discovered this cabin was in the very front of the ship just literally behind the bridge. It was also @40% bigger than the normal balcony stateroom or concierge class cabin, so we decided to try it. We did not miss the balcony at all and loved the extra room and the intense quiet. Can't say how the front would fare in high seas, but we had no motion problem at all. Highly recommend it. (Plus my wife joked that if we say the Captain come flying out the door of the bridge yelling we would be the first to know and could just follow him!) Read entire member review >>
Clean, fresh, plenty of storage, and close to forward elevators. It is directly across from a crew access area, but the only time we ever heard any noise was on the last night when luggage was being transferred. Since it was a 5 night cruise, most folks carried their luggage off. Ac was cold, bed comfortable, plenty of hot water in the shower, and most importantly...spotless and fresh smelling. Stateroom Attendant Arthur and his assistant Igor were terrific...great job guys! See ya next time... Read entire member review >>
We were in 2012 which is an outside cabin. It fit our needs so we had no complaints. The cabin attendant did a great job as did everyone else on the ship. We will be booking verandas from now on unless the price is prohibitive. The extra room is certainly nicer. Read entire member review >>
Great location. Forward cabin close to the Officer's cabins, therefore very, very quiet. No foot traffic, no elevator noise, nothing,,, just peace and quiet all night long.
Big window with a ledge that was great for additional storage space. This was a two week cruise and we didn't run out of storage, drawer or hanging space. The cabinets in the bathroom are a great touch. Lot's of place to store all those hair products and gadgets!
The room was spacious, clean and nicely decorated. I loved the room and location. Read entire member review >>
cabin 2000 was fine for space and storage. It was the first cabin at the front of the ship so quite a long walk although not a big problem just a little inconvenient. It was next to a staff only entrance and obviously people were smoking in there and we got the smell. The shower was not great, a bit hot and cold. Read entire member review >>
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